In today’s world, mobile applications are playing important roles in how users browse the world wide web and that’s very important to businesses that have online presence. There are three mobile app development options available to you if you’re looking to create a mobile app for your business. Understanding the three options is important before choosing a model if you’re looking to make impact with your app and make money or increase your bottom line in the process.
Model #1: Native Apps
When a mobile app is developed to work on either the iOS or the Android mobile platform or Windows, it is regarded as being native. A native mobile app is developed by deploying the tools and coding language that a specific operating system supports. So, if you’re looking to develop your app on iOS platform, the Xcode and the Objective-C tools must be deployed in creating your app. If you’re using the Android platform, tools like the Kotlin, Java, and Android Studio must be deployed in building your app. For Windows, C# is the main tool that must be deployed in building an app that will be compatible with the Windows software. The good thing about native apps is that you get high performance and best quality app in return for your money.
Model #2: Apps Developed using the HTML5 Code
Model #3: Hybrid Apps
Mobile apps developed based on hybrid configuration are created by combining the best of native and HTML5 tools. The hybrid app is a web application created by combining HTML5 and Java and afterward wrapped up in native code which allows the developed app to access native features such as camera, calendar and geolocations.